The Shocking Reality of the Eucharist

It’s easy to fall into a routine and lose sight of the little miracles all around us. Unfortunately, it is even easy to fall into a routine and lose sight of the greatest miracle of all, happening right in front of us.

Today, Fr. Mike discusses the greatest gift God has ever given man: himself. Christ offered his body at the Last Supper, he sacrificed it on the Cross, and he continues to give himself to us at each and every Mass. Fr. Mike explains the shocking reality of what it means to eat Jesus’ body and drink Jesus’ blood. This flesh, the Incarnate Word of God, redeemed the world. His body and blood are what save our fallen human nature and they are what give us life. This miracle, occurring each time we go to Mass, gives us an opportunity to partake in redemption, unite with our Savior, and live a sacramental life.

Meet Fr. Mike Schmitz

Fr. Mike Schmitz serves as Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Duluth and as chaplain for the Newman Catholic Campus Ministry at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

He is a presenter in Ascension’s ChosenAltaration, and The 99 programs, and has a channel on Ascension Presents. He is also the host of the Ascension podcasts The Bible in a Year and The Catechism in a Year.


  1. Thank you for reminding us that Jesus is the Eucharist body and blood soul and divinity. You have backed up our belief with the bible. Prayers for the return of all to the Church and the acceptance that Jesus is the Eucharist

  2. What a great reminder. It is indeed easy to just go about your day and lose sight of keeping our faith

  3. Thank you, Fr. Mike, for all you do to help clarify and spread our Catholic faith. You touch many people and convert many souls.

  4. I love Father Mike. However, the beginning here is so poor. And the sensational headlines are tabloid like, and so unnecessary. Thank you.

    • What are you even saying???


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